How Deep to Plant Hardy Hibiscus Seeds

Planting a hardy hibiscus seed is easy. Fill a small container that drains with a well-draining potting mix and water the soil. Poke a hole into the soil that is twice the depth of the size of the seed. Nick the end of the seed with a knife, place in the hole, cover with soil and keep moist. The seed should germinate in eight to 10 days.

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